For the past 100 years, Calvert Hall College High School and Loyola Blakefield have faced off on Thanksgiving Day. The tradition will live on this Thanksgiving.
The 101st Turkey Bowl will take place on Thursday, November 26, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. on the campus of Calvert Hall in Paul Angelo Russo Stadium. This is the first time the game will be played at either of the schools’ current campuses. Br. John Kane, FSC, Ed.D., President of Calvert Hall proudly said, “After months of uncertainty, we are excited to officially announce Turkey Bowl 101. Generations of Calvert Hall and Loyola families have spent Thanksgiving morning celebrating these two great institutions, and we are elated for the tradition to continue.”
Calvert Hall first year head coach, Josh Ward ’04, looks to continue the Cardinals winning ways on Thanksgiving Day and win the Cardinals 7th straight game versus the Dons. Ward shared, “Turkey Bowl is synonymous with tradition. Tradition evokes a sense of comfort and unifies a community. Our players, coaches, and school community look forward to bringing a sense of normalcy to Thanksgiving Day and continuing the longstanding rivalry with Loyola Blakefield.”
Constant with tradition, WMAR-2 News will broadcast this year’s game as well as livestream the game to their website. The Dons lead the overall Turkey Bowl series at 49-43-8.
Additional details regarding the event will be announced in the coming weeks.
Calvert Hall College, a Lasallian Catholic college preparatory school, prepares a diverse community of young men to achieve their full potential utilizing their unique talents. Through excellent academic and extracurricular programs led by innovative and dedicated educators, our students become confident men with the ethical foundation for service, independent thinking,and responsible leadership. Inspired by the faith and zeal of St. John Baptist de LaSalle, our students develop a respect for others as part of an inclusive, lifelong Calvert Hall brotherhood as Men of Intellect, Men of Faith and Men of Integrity.